Kiiiisinltiil general of
Hx -45; died of wounds
w 37; wounded seHded,
degree undeter- .
Haded slightly 319; :
*33; total 669.
Bid A. Air, Pleasant !
I Chicago. HI.
Texas. ^ |
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a&> ,:-. ^ - I
McCoy. ePter, Jersey City, N. J.
Pole, Clifford E.. Audubon. X. J,
SV'hltehom, George F.. New To
\tkins, Charles M., Woodbine, Ic
Baker, Clarence E-, ftwhtahnla. 0
Banks, Hubert, Clayton, X. C.
Bell, Dennis F., Marnilugton. W.'
Bicknell. Fred A., Channte, Kama.
Black, James A. .Nachez, Ala.
Brennennan^ Amos,' Wlnfleld, Ala
Brooks. Henry 31., Waynesboro, '
-ohen, Isidor, New York, N. i.
Connors .John J., Manchester. N.
Soon, Gatborae, Winona, Minn. .
Cotton. Geojge E., Harrison. Ark.
Crow, MarvinW? Gilmore City, la
Das^i. Carl W., Werner, Idaho.
FYeney. Micbaeel P., Mobile, Ala.
Ployd, Frank. Ironwood, Mich.
Gallagher, "Willian* P., New Yc
Gerhard/'Andrew J.. Baltimore, 3
Godbold, John M., Savannah, Ga.
Goldman. Abraham, Brooklyn. N.
Gonsalves, John. New York, N. Y.
Grazin. Frank Vito, Butler, Fa.
Hazel, Floyd Mark, Covert, Mich.
Hearn, Arthur Y., West Butler, J
Hinkle Sidney M, Sidney, Ky.
Howell, Clyde, Island. Ky.
Hughen, Willie T., Boeklord, Ala.
lakoes, Joseph, Bllssville, N. Y.
Jeffrey. Willim T., Lynn, Jlass.
Johnson .John. Bo'aham. Tex.
Hallinka. Frank F, New York. N.
Kenney, Frank Augustus. Brock!
Kieft, Henry, ^luskegon. Mich.
Kline, Henry, Marion, Kans.
Kloster, Julius, Detroit, Minn.
Kuller, Theodore. New York, N. 1
Levinson, Sam Benjamin, Bocces
MeCarthv. Brvan. Waukesha. Wis,
Mace, Earl F., Athens, O.
Maher, Terence J., "West Meath,
Malloux, Fred'A.. Central Falls, I
Martin, Ivie T., Richland, Texas.
Miller, Donald A., Epping, N. Dal
Munyer, Alexander X., Henrye
Palmer, Jasper G., Dyersburg. T<
Pecora, Nicola. Wilinerdik. Pa.
Penn, Bryan, Bandana. Ky.
Percy. Earl A.,"Lena. "Wis.
Perkins, William H., Wilton. Mo.
Pirotte. Arthur Joseph. Mystic. Io
Sordman. Henry, Jefferson C \v.
tteeder, Donovan T., Walla Wt
schaefer, Joseph F., St. Thomas.
Smith. Joe, Bessemer. Ala.
Stasikewicz, Jack, Brooklyn, N. "3
Weaver, Alvin G.. Pelham, Ga.
Weinrich. Louis. New York, N. Y.
Westbrook, Jack W\, Falatka, Fla
Wilmore, Fred G., Charlotte, Micl
Wilson, Thomas, Forsyth Con:
Worster, John W-, Philadelphia,
Vear gin, Arthur, Laurens. S. C.
Wounded. Degree Vndetermino
Aikens, Leslie H., Chetek, Wis.
Allatt, Edward. Philadelphia, Pa.
Alongi. Thomas. Piedmont, W.
Alperstein, Louis I., Philadelphia,
Anderson, Elery M., Elliott. Iowa
Arensberg, William L., Unionto
Arms. Philip M., New York, N. Y.
Baker, Lindsey M., Butler, Ky.
Balke. Melvin. Edgerton, Wis.
TTnch A.. !Enternrise. -
Bernard, Francis M.. Serena, 111.
Bonacker. John E? Renssaeler. *
Bonny, Nathan C., Richmond, Ky
Bowman, Howard E.. Rocky, O
Brenner, Abraham. New York, N
Brixley, Eugene F.. Zena, Ohio.
Brown. Louis. Belliinina./AIa.
Bruton. Patrick, Lisman, Ala.
Buck. Henry F.. Manchester, N.
Burkman, Raymond S.. Manheim,
Burstein. Henry P., Chicago, 111
Capobianco, Joseph, Roseto. Pa.
Carlson, Fred, Starkville. Ohio.
Ciancia. Philip. Cramford, N. J.
Clark, Frank. Denver. Colo.
Coate, Nettles D.. Grove Hill, Ali
Conda. Albert, Midland. Pa.
Connolly, Patrick J.. Boston. M
Cook. Marion Otis. Bogue. Kans.
Coppage. John. Piesiantville. Kan
Creed, Carl W.. Hubbard, Ohio.
Imperial Creamery Butter, lb 6
Sweet Cream Per PL 3
Pasturized Milk Per QL 1
Buttpr Milk Per GaL 2
Cottage Cheese Per PL 3
A Deposit of 5c Charged on B
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tb.*n i *_i_t*i_i f ^r'"i_ r ~ o+< Da?f . lfiM
JOCIilliwlCily .JuPOUt Ob XrUI* flllHTu
DeChureb, Ameigo, Sykeevflle. Flu
Dennis, Dolpbns B., Paxton, Ela.
rt> Derengowskl. Panl. Chicago, m.
Deschene. Peter, Lord, Mess.
Devericks, Lance, Charleston, >.8.
** Derogue, Frederick L., Rldgeway, Pj
Dofkson. Joseph H_, Pittsburgh, Pi
_ Dolatowskf, William. Chicago, TIL
vn. Donner, Benjamin, Philadelphia. P:
Donnaa^ml B.. Edgewood. Iowi
Do aba, William, Newport. Ky.
Driscoll. Joseph M., Cambridge. Mas
fa. Duncheon, Louis A.. Virginia, HL
Esquibel, Jose A., Tierra Atnarilli
H. N. Me*.
? -Ma? y?V V V
rigiiw^ vn ?oi ,
i Flngel. Harry. Oconto. Wis.
wa. Flan. Harry J.. New York. N. Y.
Frank, Louis Y. .San Antonio. Tex.
Freborg. Gjistav J., Kankakee, 111.
Friedlander. Arthur E-, Brooklyr
fk. N. Y.
Froemke, Dan, Lisbon, N. Dak.
1M-1 Frost. Raymond C.. New Britalr
j Furman, diaries, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Gray, Mason. Plains, Va
H&rker, Frank C-, Ottomwa. Iowa.
.. Kivlen, George. Syracuse. N. Y.
Lacey. Martin T-, Seranton, Pa.
LaRoche. Edward, Gardner. Mass.
Lasley, George Count. Castlewood. V;
Lessing, John C-. Little Rock. Ark.
Levine. Benny. Brooklyn, N. T.
LIbby. Levi, Newton Center, Mass.
Linnert. Frederick F.. Brooklyn. N.I
: I Little, Luther D.. Montgomery, Ala.
y7s' Logan, Charles F., Orange Countj
Lovett, Boris, Brockton, Mass.
Lace, Ernest S., Saratoga Spgs. N. Y
Ludwig. Elmer Joseph. Oehkosh Wit
Lynch, Patrick, New York. N. Y.
ter? McMahon, Frank M., Bernard, Iowa
McNally. Peter Bichard. Long Islam
City. JT. Y.
Madsen. Cris., Skelley. Idaho.
Maun, Francis A., Defiance, Ohio.
L 1 Marccm, Clay C.. Norval, Ky.
Mares, Ramon. Pena Blanca. N. Mei
'* Marsh. Robert, Philadelphia. Pa.
tta> Marshall, CharlesSMinersvlIle. Pa.
I Mathews. Hardy E-. Black, Ala.
inn. j Matthews, Mike Ja Plymouth, Pa.
Melncke. Arthur G.. Brooklyn, N. 1
Mellon, Frnk F? Elizabeth. N. J.
Meyer, Arthur Louis, Fort Wayne
wa- MIchaud, Joseph. Somersworth. N. T3
Mo. Mills. Glenn. Bainbridge. Ohio.
'Ua. Mitchell. Charles R.. Philmont N. Y
Morrison, Walter E-, New Haves
Morton, Clifford William, Harrisburg
Mnrkerson, George P.. Eastman, Ga
Naccarato, John, Sarkville. Colo.
Nix. Miles T., Walnut Grove, Ala.
" Noll, Henry, Newark, N. J.
Qty" j Notarnicolo, Vito M., Bristol, Conn.
' O'Day, William. San Francisco, Ca.
Pa- Odom. Ernest B.. Atmore, Air.
OlewskI, Frank F.. Johnstown, Pa.
r Oliver. Ben. Entawvllle, S. C.
O'Neill, Daniel G.. Pittsbnrgh. Pa.
0"Neil, Harold Albert, Cambiidge
Pa! 0*NelI, Harry, Chicago, HL
Oslar, Ernest H-, Denver, Colo.
' Oyerton, Homer B., Huntsvillc, Ala
* Overton, Vernon D.. Hnntsville, Ala
Palmgren, Gust. Winbnme, Pa.
Pan20, Dominlco. Watson, W. Va.
Pasyanos. Nicholas, Plagion. Greece
-, Patterson. Herman X, Jordan, Minn
Patton. Thomas, Madison. Ala.
* Paulson. David W., Dassel. Minn.
' Perno. Michele, Worcester, Mass.
Petersen. Christ, Eaton, S. Dak.
Y Peyer, Albert E., Ossian, Iowa.
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5' Foods well prepared
It man, as we serve the
y healthy and in good
. j believe this adage, t
J. W. Boyer
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The casualty Vat printed to a
newspaper* of flu* morulas slt>we<
Killed in action 78; died of uoa
4t; - died 1Mb iirMent and oth<
causes 5; died of disease 71; mam
ed severely 130; wonnded. degree a
. determined. 134; woanded slight
- 1S5; miming In action 11; prison*
1; total 640.
West Virginian* In the morning H
Died from Disease?Pvt. Bertie 1
l Gordon. Cox's MBls.
WrtTirMSaH in Artinn TVagTee Pnd<
l, termired?Ca.pt. Rawfll H. Fidei
Wounded Slightly?Pvt. ; WIIHju
S: Duty. Matewan; Pvt. Charles Pai
t. Evening Chat
I read a peculiar story last sigh
about a man -who died and whoiam
bade to earth again in ghostly ton
to -visit all his friends. Not at all sa
. isfled -with conditions in the land t
which he had gone, he desired abov
everything else to still keep in dos
touch -with the things of the eirtl
He said he was able to see and bea
all that -went on but though he cor
tisn&lly tried to reach out and tak
' part in the various doings oi hi
friends, he found this impossible
With his mind constantly on ?rtt
he found life in the new world entire
ly unappealing to him and as a cor
u sequence was forced to wander abou
j between two seas, neither of vhicl
he could reach. And while he neve
again could come hack to the slorn
tossed human sea, neither could h<
sail away on the calm, pearl-blue se.
_ oI heaven; for the high. dark Dank
of an earthly mind shnt.lt entlrel;
out of his sight. Purely Imaghutiv
though the story was, it set me t
It grows daily more hazardous t
>, put great faith In the things ot th
earth for these are most 'woetoll;
short-lived! Death Is the only ces
tain event In this world and especial
ly at this time of the world's history
i, human beings drop oat ot sight a
quickly as the autumn leaves fellozu
by one and now are gone entlrel;
There Is nothing truer than that tc
u day we are striving for our own va;
and tomorrow we are ont of the ran
ning. and though we see others golnj
fast all about us, it doesn't worry u
particularly for we say unconsclotu
ly: "I'm sorry, it's too bad, hot
shan't go for a long time yet." It re
mains one of the characteristics o
life that we don't realize death as per
sonally unpleasant, not even when 1
conies close to us. Not to be able t
get up tomorrow and do again th'
same interesting things, seems one o
+V?a nnKoHovdhla catHrpq ftf tho nMftl
mistic; but countless numbers ot n
~ do not get up tomorrow just the sum
The great consolation in it all,. lie
>. in the fact that when death tear
.. away the body, there is left the grea
personality which lives on sad can
not die, if we have personalities,
heard a woman say not long ago:"
can't preach heaven to any of yon to
my mind isn't big enough. I am oil;
! suiting the appetite of
m will always keep you
[ spirits. If you don't
G TIME !
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and hi* wife lies sick in bed. After
t a great deal of labor on the part of
nurses, she was quieted and through"
t- the goodness of a power bigger than
any on earth, she slept. But a strange
e- preacher in the city took it npon himr.
self to arouse her so that be might
console her londly in the words of the
n Bible. He spent nearly an hoar pray>
ing harshly and uttering all manner
of mere words which were meant to
be comforting; but the loader he talked.
the sicker grew the woman until
finally some rather -severe measures
had to be taken by those who wished
to be of real service. As long as
we are on the subject of death?why
could not this young preacher have
* been born with a sense of fitness in
tt an extremity like this. There come
times to all of ns when no amount of
? preaching can possibly help?when
~ even prayer becomes impossible. It
~~ is during these times that the invisi?
ble comfort of the spirit?that intan'
glble, bushed voice of the Creator,
comes stealing in. It is during these
times that quiet is needed and not so
r many earthly words nor so much oonfusion.
It is the time when gentle
e voices few and far between are the
? best; and the truly sympathetic heart
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>_ it, was it not*
?r A man died in the city last night
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